21 april 50 clem kernan politics
and trout The inches. of the here of Broadcasts Dr. Kernan , Heads Berkshire County Society A weekly contribution of $50 support of the Berkshire County Independent Voters' Committee's semi-weekly radio broadcasts was voted last night by ths Berkshire County Medical Society at Its annual dinner meeting at the WllTM Hams Inn, Williamstown. The committee's program is handled Robert Underwood Johnson Â· of Stockbrldge over WBRK Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 10. Mr. Johnson, in stating the purpose of his broadcasts recently, called for "decentralization of the government from its trend to monopoly." The society voted the financial support, but didn't specify for long a period, according to Dr. Patrick J. Sullivan of Dalton, chairman of its public relations committee. Dr. Clement F. Kernan of fleld was elected president. He succeeds Dr. Norman McWilliams of Williamstown. Other officers chosen wera as follows: Vice-president, Dr. Garvey Garvey Adeson of Pittsfleld; secretary, Dr. Daniel N. Beers of Pittsfleld; treasurer, Dr. Theodore W. Jones of Pittsfield; censors, Doctors C. Leslie of Pittsfield, Michael A. Gnngemi of North Adams, George S. Wickham of Lee, Thomas Nelligan of Pittsfield, and Newell N. Copeland of Pittsfield; public relations, Dr. Sullivan, Dr. NÂ«M1- gan, and Dr. W. A. Blais of fleld; executive committee, Dr. Robert J. Carpenter of North Adams; alternate on executive committee, committee, Dr. J. Harry Fierman of Pittsfield; legislative committee, Dr. Jones; grievance committee, Dr. Franklyn K. Paddock of fleld, Dr. James W. Bunce of North Adams, and Dr. Thomas Hennelly of Pittsfield; and commissioner commissioner of trials, Dr. Bunce.